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The Portland Hotel- a JD Wetherspoon Hotel, Chesterfield

The Portland Hotel- a JD Wetherspoon Hotel
Derbyshire's largest town is an ideal example of the economic resurgence in an historic setting so typical of a northern metropolis. Perhaps most famous for its "Crooked Spire", the Church ... More Prices from £39.00

Buckingham's Hotel, Chesterfield

Buckingham
Buckingham’s Award Winning Hotel is the gateway to the Peak District National Park and Chatsworth House plus many more attractions. Originally a pair of Victorian semi detached houses that have ... More Prices from £81.00

Abbeydale Hotel, Chesterfield

Abbeydale Hotel
Quality Accommodation and restaurant five minutes from Town Centre with free private parking free WiFi and flat screen televisions in all rooms. The Abbeydale Hotel is located in a quiet ... More Prices from £72.00

Casa Hotel, Chesterfield

Casa Hotel
Casa is a truly impressive luxury 4 star hotel. A subtle Spanish theme runs throughout the hotel, helping to create a feeling of warmth combined with a touch of the ... More Prices from £104.00

The Lockoford Inn, Chesterfield

The Lockoford Inn
The Lockoford Inn is a family run traditional pub serving home cooked food,with friendly staff and a relaxed atmosphere. We are located approximately 5 mins from the Chesterfield Railway Station. ... More Prices from £49.50

Olde House by Marstons Inns, Chesterfield

Olde House by Marstons Inns
The structure of the Olde House dates back to 1678 when it was built as a farm house, only converting to a pub in the 1960’s. The pub now consists ... More Prices from £65.00

Hollingwood Hall, CHESTERFIELD

Hollingwood Hall
This beautiful 17th century converted church provides 1 bedroom self catering accommodation in Chesterfield - the gateway to the Peak District and just minutes from all the major attractions. Facilities ... More Prices from £140.00

THE SANDPIPER HOTEL, CHESTERFIELD

THE SANDPIPER HOTEL
This modern, independently operated hotel is ideally located to enjoy the historic market town of Chesterfield, famous for its Crooked Spire or the cosmopolitan city of Sheffield, which has an ... More Prices from £65.00

Harleys Inn, Chesterfield

Harleys Inn
Keith and Linda welcome you to Harleys Inn,Staveley, Chesterfield. With a diner, overnight bedrooms, and a welcoming environment, Harleys Bar is the perfect choice. Breakfast, bar snacks & evening meals ... More Prices from £60.00

Old Rectory Guest House, Chesterfield

Old Rectory Guest House
The Old Rectory Guest House is a grade 2 listed building located in the preservation area of Staveley Town. This fine old house, built in 1719 on the foundations of ... More Prices from £60.00

Peak Edge Hotel at The Red Lion, Peak District

Peak Edge Hotel at The Red Lion
On the edge of The Peak District, this modern, 27 boutique style hotel boasts stylish rooms with King Size beds, heated bathrooms, double ended baths, LED TVs and picturesque countryside ... More Prices from £150.00

Batemans Mill Hotel, Chesterfield

Batemans Mill Hotel
In a quiet location, close to the Peak District, Chatsworth House and historic Chesterfield, this beautifully converted 18-century mill offers free Wi-Fi, lovely en suite rooms and award-winning food. The ... More Prices from £72.00

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